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The primary purpose of this section is to provide interested contractors and other parties with a general introduction on how to conduct business with this agency and to provide information on upcoming Procurements and Contracting initiatives, such as Requests for Proposals (RFPs), and sealed bids.

It is the goal of the Everett Housing Authority to ensure that our end users obtain the appropriate quality goods and services they require to successfully accomplish their respective missions, goals, and objectives in a timely manner at the most economical cost to the agency in compliance with all applicable regulations and ethical standards.

To accomplish our mission of providing quality affordable housing, it is of utmost importance that Everett Housing Authority work with vendors and contractors that can deliver the highest quality of goods and services while providing optimal value.

It is the policy and practice of the Everett Housing Authority to offer qualified vendors the maximum opportunity to participate in contracting opportunities with EHA. The result of our effort is the procurement of quality goods and services in a fair, open, competitive, and respectful process for everyone involved.


Upcoming Training Opportunity!

EHA will be hosting two trainings on Wednesday, June 19th on the topics of Federal Labor Standards, presented by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Senior Davis-Bacon & Labor Standards Specialists Eugene Hairston and Melanie Hertel will provide an overview of training on Federal Labor Standards. Both trainings are FREE and open to the public. Registration is required and full details and registration options are noted below. (Please note that this training is adapted specifically for CDBG/Home recipients, Housing Authorities & Indian Housing Authorities)

Wednesday, June 19th: Morning Session: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Topics of coverage will include: Responsibility of Contractor, Davis-Bacon Definitions, Work classifications; Certified Payrolls; Overtime; Apprentices; Owner/operators; Employee interviews in relation to certified payroll reviews and Collection of back wages. Click HERE for the full agenda and registration form.

Wednesday, June 19th: Afternoon Session: 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Topics of coverage will include: How to complete a certified payroll, Work classifications; Overtime; Apprentices; Owner/operators; Deductions; Employee interviews in relation to certified payroll review and collection of back wages. Click HERE for the full agenda and registration form.

Location of Training: 3107 Colby Avenue, Everett, WA 98201

Questions? Contact Eugene Hairston at eugene.hairston@hud.gov or by phone at 206-220-5384